About

Established in 2014, the Crime and Security Policy Network is a multi-disciplinary study group exploring Crime and Security Policy. Comprising academics from across the social sciences, its goal is to:

 

  • Encourage academic engagement with crime and security policy
  • Strengthen the development of research activity in this field
  • Foster the development of collaborative relationships between academics working in this area
  • Support research publication and grant making activity with direct implications for the policy process

 

In pursuit of these goals it organises a biennial symposium (to be hosted, in 2017, at the University of Hull) and publishes a peer-reviewed open-access journal, the Journal of Political Criminology (http://pops.uclan.ac.uk/index.php/JPolCrim/), as well as organising talks and workshops throughout the year.

 

 

CONVENOR:

Dr. Mark Littler

E: convenor@cspn.org.uk

 

Dr. Mark Littler is a Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Hull, and Convenor of the Crime and Security Policy Network.

 

TREASURER:

Dr. Martin O'Brien

E: treasurer@cspn.org.uk

 

Dr. Martin O'Brien is a Reader in Criminology at the University of Central Lancashire, and Treasurer of the Crime and Security Policy Network.

 

SECRETARY:

Dr. Mo Egan

E: secretary@cspn.org.uk

 

Dr. Mo Egan is a Lecturer in Law at the Abertay University, and Secretary of the Crime and Security Policy Network.

 

MEMBERSHIP OFFICER:

Dr. Ben Lee

E: m.officer@cspn.org.uk

 

Dr. Ben Lee is a Fellow in Politics at Leicseter University, and Membership Officer of the Crime and Security Policy Network.

 

POSTGRADUATE OFFICER:

Ms. Kathy Kondor

E: pg.officer@cspn.org.uk

 

Ms. Kathy Kondor is a PhD student at the University of Hull, and Postgraduate Officer of the Crime and Security Policy Network.

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